In “The refreshed Evans Gambit”, you will find a small opening repertoire with new ideas in the Evans Gambit. The Evans Gambit is a positional pawn sacrifice in the opening, to create a strong bind or even a quick attack. Initially black must reply in a very accurate way, or they will get crushed in the attack. When they succeed, white usually gets the centre and positional compensation for the pawn. Also, black’s pieces will block each other, which will slow down their development. This repertoire is perfect for club players who like to attack and dominate their games. The opening has many predecessors, including the legendary Gary Kasparov. At the Tal Memorial in 1995 he managed to crush Anand in 25 moves. This game is definitely worth taking a look at, even if you’re not going to play the Evans Gambit.